Authenticated: Guaranteed to pass PSA/DNA Type 1. Type I - A 1st generation photograph, developed from the original negative, during the period (within approximately two years of when the picture was taken). Type II - A photograph, developed from the original negative, during the period (more than approximately two years after the picture was taken). Type III - A 2nd generation photograph, developed from a duplicate negative or wire transmission, during the period (within approximately 2 years of when the picture was taken). Type IV - A 2nd generation photograph (or 3rd or later generation), developed from a duplicate negative or wire transmission, during a later period (more than approximately two years after the picture was taken).
Type 1 photographs are the most desirable and valuable of the four photograph types because of their vintage and originality. Type 3 photographs are commonly reffered to as "Wire Photos".
Many Type 4's were issued after 1970, either for latter-era publication of earlier original images or for the general public consumption. Duplicate negatives are produced by taking a photograph of an existing original photograph thereby creating a second negative that is of inferior quality to the original. All photograph types are collectible; a Type 3 photograph of a Hall of Famer Mickey Mantle may be worth considerably more than a Type 1 photograph of a common player from the 1920's. If it is not authenticated already, it is guaranteed to pass PSA/DNA authentication or. Padded flat rate envelope, fully insured.
The item "WWII 1945 US 7th Army Crossing Rhine Sniper gets Yank Type 1 Original Photo" is in sale since Saturday, June 6, 2020. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\WW II (1939-45)\Original Period Items\United States\Photographs". The seller is "manontherock" and is located in Mercer Island, Washington. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Country/Region of Manufacture: France